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Easter Egg Hunts & Trails

It's nearly time for the bunny to make his annual appearance again. Top picks below for a fun and cultural hunt.

Head to this horsey haven and make an Easter Basket before following the trail to find hidden eggs tucked away around the Royal Mews.

5 April, 11-4pm. Trail included in ticket price. Entry £15 adults, £9 child.

Whizz through the kitchen garden, courtyard and formal lawns searching for ten themed stations before claiming your chocolate egg! Trad garden games for the whole family too.

1-16 April, 10-4.30pm. Trail £3. Entry £14 adults, £7 child.

Hunt for clues and challenges in the grounds of this historic house then claim your adventurer’s certificate and tasty choc prize. Egg rolling and egg and spoon race too!

1-16 April, 10-5pm. £2 per child.

That shiny gold choc bunny returns to the palace once again. Zoom around Henry VIII’s 60-acre garden seeking out the hidden Lindt bunny statues while learning some cool history. Mini Lindt bunny for every child.

1-16 April, 10-4.30pm. Entry £28.80 adult, child £14.30.

Delve into the leafy world of plants on a self-led trail around this charming 4-acre garden. Drop-in activities and a chocolate treat for every Planet Hero from ethical craft chocolate supplier Cocoa Runners.

7 April, 11-4pm. Trail £5. Entry £9.50 adult, £5 child.

Thinking of an Easter Egg trail day trip then our favourite castles to visit are Hever and Leeds.

By Julia Colls 27 March 2023


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